It has fallen to me to put together the PQR thread for the 1000th GP. How to celebrate this historical moment? A reflective thread? An historical thread? A look back in to Chinese history with a tenuous link to F1 in some shape or other? Nah, lets do some F1 by numbers: 1 – Number of constructor’s championship titles won by Vanwall, the first team to win the trophy when it was introduced in 1958. 2 – Number of Formula One races entered by Bernie Ecclestone. He failed to qualify for either 3 – Lowest number of race wins in a career by a driver to have won the world championship (Phil Hill and Mike Hawthorn) 5 – Number of female drivers to have entered at least 1 GP 7 – Number of teams to have won a single F1 world championship race in their racing history. 8 – Lowest total number of wins by a team to have won the world constructors title since its introduction in 1958 (Brawn GP) 9 – Most wins by a team never to have won the world constructors title since its introduction in 1958 (Ligier) 10 – The number of drivers who won 2 races in the 1959, 1961 and 1982 seasons the only seasons where no driver won more than 2 races. 11 – Number of racing laps completed by Andrea Moda during their entire racing history 15 – The most poles set by one driver in a single season (Sebastian Vettel in 2011) 16 – Highest number of race wins by a driver to have never won the world championship (Stirling Moss) 22 – Furthest position back on the grid from which a driver has won the race (John Watson) 31 – The number of teams listed as Formula One entrants but only ever entered the Indy 500 which was part of the F1 World Championship from 1950 until 1960. 32 – Highest number of GP wins by a countries only GP winner (Spain – Fernando Alonso) 68 – Highest number of F1 Championship races held by a single venue (Monza) 69 – The joint position of the 31 drivers who have taken just 1 pole in their careers in a league table of Drivers to start from pole. Charles Leclerc being the latest to join that list. 71 – The total number of circuits to host a championship Grand Prix 76 – The total number of drivers to have won a Formula one championship GP 100 – Percent of races won in a season in 1969 and 1973 by Ford Engines. The only time a single engine maker has won every race in a season 130 – Number of races it took for Mark Webber to win one 214 – Number of races Andrea De Cesaris took to not win any 278 – The highest number of race wins by drivers from a single country (United Kingdom) 322 – Highest number of starts by a single driver (Rubens Barrichello) 417 – The number of times an F1 race has been won from pole 974 – Number of race entries by Ferrari (with 972 starts) Enjoy the 1000th Race.